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Supervisors ruled the dogs are wolf-hybrids using a UC Davis DNA test, and advertisements on Facebook and Craigslist that show White’s animals for sale, described as wolf-hybrids, fetching up to $1,800 each.
The lookout towers, including one at Wolf Mountain in Grass Valley, will now reopen. They need volunteers to keep watch. Persistent vandalism forced Cal Fire to shutter the towers for the past two fire seasons.
Workers at the water and sewage treatment plants, city hall and public works know how important their jobs are to Yuba City. They say they want to launch a public awareness campaign first before they strike.
While many in California struggle with the severe drought, people in one upscale community in San Joaquin County are still paying a flat rate, and using as much water as they want. Among the sprawling gated estates of Morada, surrounded by lush, green lawns, there are few signs of California’s four-year drought.
They are places maybe you’ve always wanted to go, but you can’t—local spots considered off-limits to the public. But this video is an all-access pass.
Nancy could not call out, because she said someone stole the phone number she’s had for 25 years. She said the man on the other end explained to her that he had requested it from his phone carrier Comcast – and got the phone number.
The county water district says the plant got the greenlight without its knowledge. A few feet downstream from the plant is the water treatment plant that takes in Calaveras River water.
It’s called Colony Collapse Disorder, and she’s happy the government is taking notice. Last week, a group of universities and laboratories announced beekeepers lost more than 42 percent of their colonies between 2014 and 2015—an 8 percent increase from a year before.
The Higgins Fire District covers 90 square miles just north of Auburn. Firefighters say federal funding is about to expire, and now they need voters to agree to foot a larger bill.
The park is conserving water by using a sophisticated filter system that keeps the water clean for two weeks. Instead of recycling fresh water up to six times a day like most water parks, Sunsplash only needs to change it out every two weeks.
A home invasion robbery tied to an alleged marijuana growing operation led to a police pursuit Tuesday morning.